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A collection of exotic and domestic animals is maintained by Justin Abrams, owner of the 1661 Inn and Hotel Manisses.
A collection of Block Island artifacts from the farming and fishing period to the rise of tourism in the Victorian era.
Block Island's graveyard features headstones dating back to the late 1600s.
The 150-foot cliffs along Mohegan Trail, the island's southernmost road. The views from the steps at Payne Overlook will take your breath away.
This granite beauty at the northernmost tip of Block Island has had its tower restored and will reopen to the public in July.
Where once stood the island's largest hotel'the Ocean View'there is now a beautiful wooden pavilion with unmatched views of Crescent Beach.
This unique ravine is a fine example of what's called a glacial outwash basin.
Off Corn Neck Road is a labyrinth built of stone, with a beautiful view of the North Light and Sachem Pond.
At the northern end of Block Island you'll find this granite marker on a pretty spit of land between Sachem Pond and Cow Cove, at the end of Corn Neck Road.
This grand red-brick beacon, a National Historic Landmark with gingerbread detail, nearly fell into the sea.
Named for the biblical Rebekah-at-the-well, B.I.'s 'Rebecca' stands proudly at the intersection of four Old Harbor roads.